For the first time since 2003, the West Chester University men’s basketball team is getting ready for an appearance in the Division II NCAA Tournament.
For the second time in school history, the Rams advanced to the NCAA Division Final Four in football, and smashed all kinds of records, including finishing with a single-season school record 13 victories.
The fine print says that Jack Lavery’s half court shot would not be netting him $10,000. His father thinks the school should make an exception.
The Golden Rams put together a 17-7 record and sits at the top of the PSAC East with a 12-2 league mark.
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Georgios Papagiannis, or “George” as he’s called by those closest to him, just turned 17 in July and he already has a Wikipedia page. At 14, he attracted so much curiosity that NBA scouts traveled to Greece to see him.
For West Chester University, who will visit Lenoir-Rhyne University on Saturday in the “Final Four”, one of the most impressive post-season resumes is being put together by sophomore defensive back Brandon Pepper.
The Golden Rams have advanced to the national semifinals of the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament.
There are many ways to measure whether or not you have had a successful season in college football. One example: if you are still practicing during the first week of December, things are going really well.
For the first time since 2008, West Chester University has qualified for the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament and the Golden Rams will open things up at home on Saturday, hosting American International College.
For the first time in 2013, the West Chester University football team tasted defeat this past Saturday, as they lost to visiting Bloomsburg, 31-28.
The West Chester Golden Rams are getting ready for the biggest game of their season on Saturday. They will host 8-1 Bloomsburg, with the winner grabbing the PSAC East title and a berth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship game.
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The West Chester Golden Rams have put themselves in a great position coming down the home stretch of the 2013 college football regular season as they get ready to visit local rival Cheyney,